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Sex-specific Epigenetic Regulation of Fear Memory

SEX-SPECIFIC EPIGENETIC REGULATION OF FEAR MEMORY

In a mouse model of traumatic memory, male mice recall fear-related memories better than female mice, found new study.

Marketing Opioids To The Doctors Could Be Influencing The Opioid Overdose Deaths

MARKETING OPIOIDS TO THE DOCTORS COULD BE INFLUENCING THE OPIOID OVERDOSE DEATHS

Physician-targeted marketing is associated with an increase in opioid overdose deaths. This type of marketing is usually performed...

 
 
 
Ultraviolet Disinfection Can Be Very Effective In Hospital Settings

ULTRAVIOLET DISINFECTION CAN BE VERY EFFECTIVE IN HOSPITAL SETTINGS

New York-based PurpleSun Ultraviolet disinfection technology can eliminate pathogens with up to 97.7 percentage efficacy, finds a new...

New Test to Detect Disease and Infection Developed

NEW TEST TO DETECT DISEASE AND INFECTION DEVELOPED

The test, developed by scientists at the Institute for Global Food Security at Queen's, can detect enzyme markers of disease known...

 
 
 
Social Behaviors Could Be Influenced By Cerebellum Activity: Study

SOCIAL BEHAVIORS COULD BE INFLUENCED BY CEREBELLUM ACTIVITY: STUDY

A direct connection between the cerebellum and an area of the brain involved in controlling reward and motivational behaviors have...

Chemical Structures in a Fraction of the Time Revealed

CHEMICAL STRUCTURES IN A FRACTION OF THE TIME REVEALED

The novel technique developed could yield fresh insights into complex proteins involved in Alzheimer's and other diseases.

 
 
 
Drinking Water Contamination: More Than 5.6 Million Americans Are Exposed To Nitrate

DRINKING WATER CONTAMINATION: MORE THAN 5.6 MILLION AMERICANS ARE EXPOSED TO NITRATE

More than 5.6 million Americans are exposed to increased nitrate levels as a result of drinking water contamination.

Osteoporosis Could Be Reversed By Altering the Brain Neurons: Study

OSTEOPOROSIS COULD BE REVERSED BY ALTERING THE BRAIN NEURONS: STUDY

Scientists have come up with a new solution to address the bone depletion that occurs with osteoporosis in older age.

 
 
 
Survey Studying Social Influences in People Attending A E

SURVEY STUDYING SOCIAL INFLUENCES IN PEOPLE ATTENDING A E

A survey of 20 disadvantaged neighborhoods across North West UK revealed social influences behind people attending their local Accident...

New Insight into Treatment of Stroke and Seizure

NEW INSIGHT INTO TREATMENT OF STROKE AND SEIZURE

A novel mechanism that could lead to the long-sought specificity for treatments of strokes and seizures has been identified by Cold...

 
 
 
Game Changer in the Treatment of Osteoporosis

GAME CHANGER IN THE TREATMENT OF OSTEOPOROSIS

By blocking a set of signals from a group of neurons in the brain causes female, but not male, mice to produce ultra sturdy bones and...

Running Sensors Are Not Detecting The Heart Of The Stress Fracture Problem

RUNNING SENSORS ARE NOT DETECTING THE HEART OF THE STRESS FRACTURE PROBLEM

Devices that are designed to gauge stress fracture incidences are focusing on the wrong principle, finds a new study.

 
 
 
New Tools for Cancer Diagnosis Created

NEW TOOLS FOR CANCER DIAGNOSIS CREATED

Fluorophores will help track whether a body has absorbed medications, said researchers.

New Combination Blood Test Helps Early Detection of Pancreatic Cancer

NEW COMBINATION BLOOD TEST HELPS EARLY DETECTION OF PANCREATIC CANCER

A simple blood test in combination with an existing test help identify pancreatic cancer well before the advanced and difficult-to-treat...

 
 
 
Specific Obesity-related Risk Factors for Kidney Cancer

SPECIFIC OBESITY-RELATED RISK FACTORS FOR KIDNEY CANCER

Obesity, diastolic blood pressure and circulating insulin are specific risk factors that play a critical role in the development of...

New Antibiotic Against Drug Resistant Superbug Developed

NEW ANTIBIOTIC AGAINST DRUG RESISTANT SUPERBUG DEVELOPED

A new antibiotic is being heralded as a breakthrough in the war against a superbug, said study.

 
 
 
Visits To The Emergency Rooms Increase As The Air Pollution Rises

VISITS TO THE EMERGENCY ROOMS INCREASE AS THE AIR POLLUTION RISES

Emergency rooms visits have been found to be on the higher side as the air pollution levels are increasing day by day in the US, finds...

Patients Recovering From Substance Use Disorder Can Benefit From Brief Exercises

PATIENTS RECOVERING FROM SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER CAN BENEFIT FROM BRIEF EXERCISES

Small, text-based self-administered exercises could increase the level of happiness at that moment, finds a new study. The patients...

 
 
 
New Therapeutic Avenue in the Fight Against Chronic Liver Disease Discovered

NEW THERAPEUTIC AVENUE IN THE FIGHT AGAINST CHRONIC LIVER DISEASE DISCOVERED

Endotrophin plays a crucial role in producing a pathological microenvironment in liver tissues of chronic liver disease has been discovered.

Brain Cells Likely Involved in Memories of Eating That Influence Next Meal Discovered

BRAIN CELLS LIKELY INVOLVED IN MEMORIES OF EATING THAT INFLUENCE NEXT MEAL DISCOVERED

Neurons in the hippocampus, a brain region that is vital for personal memories, inhibit future eating behavior by consolidating the...

 
 
 



Day 100: Turn The Page

Day 100: Turn The Page

Hi friends - I'm officially on Day 100 of my 100 Day Project of posting a blog every single day. It feels kind of surreal that it's actually Day 100, and it's really crazy to... Read more ...

Can Negative Ions Improve Your Mood?

Can Negative Ions Improve Your Mood?

Hola chiquitas and chiquitos and chiquites... I'm a tiny bit thrown off right now because I thought I was on Day 100 of my 100 Days of Blogging, but I'm actually only on Day... Read more ...

The most powerful and effective home remedies you can use instead of ibuprofen

The most powerful and effective home remedies you can use instead of ibuprofen

Ibuprofen is a type of a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug that is often used to relieve pain, fever, and inflammation related to a wide range of health conditions. Some... Read more ...

It's part of how society works: Study finds children and chimpanzees WANT...

It's part of how society works: Study finds children and chimpanzees WANT justified punishments for antisocial people - does this explain our polarized politics?

A fascinating new study has shed light on one aspect of human behavior that doesn't tend to get a lot of attention, and that is the delight that some people take in seeing... Read more ...

Social Behaviors Could Be Influenced By Cerebellum Activity: Study

Social Behaviors Could Be Influenced By Cerebellum Activity: Study

A direct connection between the cerebellum and an area of the brain involved in controlling reward and motivational behaviors have been found in this study. This area is... Read more ...

Survey Studying Social Influences in People Attending A E

Survey Studying Social Influences in People Attending A E

A survey of 20 disadvantaged neighborhoods across North West UK revealed social influences behind people attending their local Accident Emergency departments. Read more ...

New Tools for Cancer Diagnosis Created

New Tools for Cancer Diagnosis Created

Fluorophores will help track whether a body has absorbed medications, said researchers. Read more ...

Renewable Source of Cancer-fighting T Cells Created

Renewable Source of Cancer-fighting T Cells Created

The technique uses structures called artificial thymic organoids, which work by mimicking the environment of the thymus, the organ in which T cells develop from blood stem cells. Read more ...

BREAKTHROUGH: Vitamin D supplements taken during pregnancy found to prevent...

BREAKTHROUGH: Vitamin D supplements taken during pregnancy found to prevent autism in children

Taking vitamin D supplements during pregnancy can prevent the onset of autism spectrum disorder in children, a recent animal study showed. Researchers at the University of... Read more ...

Climbing Stairs at Short Intervals Throughout the Day Can Boost Your Health

Climbing Stairs at Short Intervals Throughout the Day Can Boost Your Health

Short bouts of stair climbing throughout the day can improve your health and fitness, reveals a new study. Read more ...